Since the start of the 2020 Oklahoma Youth Expo, balancing the continuation of our event while prioritizing the health and safety of our exhibitors and their families has been our top concern. In consultation with county health officials late this afternoon, a State...
Our family. Our industry. Our livelihood.
Due to the concerns regarding COVID-19 and out of an abundance of caution, the Oklahoma Youth Expo has chosen to expedite the remainder of the event. The Oklahoma Youth Expo continues to coordinate with the Oklahoma State Department of Health, local officials and the OKC Fairgrounds, and has chosen to speed up the conclusion of the Oklahoma Youth Expo to finish by the evening of Wednesday, March 18. We will continue to monitor the situation and keep you updated with any additional information.
It’s lingering in the air. The nerves and anxiety from the exhibitors, the parents and the animals. The day has come. It is officially show day at The Greatest Show.
The Oklahoma Youth Expo launches an ag mechanics contest at 2020 show.
Oklahoma Youth Expo remains the world’s largest junior livestock show.
5:30 am and your alarm is screaming at you. You drag yourself out of bed, hustle down to feed, rinse, work hair, and then it’s back inside to get ready and head off to school. Grab a pop tart on the way out the door and you are ready for the day. The night before was...
The Sirloin Club of Oklahoma announces recipients of inaugural Today’s Agriculturalists Under 40 awards.
Each year, thanks to our generous sponsors, the Oklahoma Youth Expo awards nearly $300,000 in scholarships to Oklahoma’s youth to help with their higher education goals.
With the ding of the timer, out comes the cake from the oven.